Group Title: Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)
Title: The times-herald
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Title: The times-herald
Uniform Title: times-herald
Times-herald (Palatka, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Times herald
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Times-Herald Co.
Place of Publication: Palatka, Fla.
Palatka Fla
Publication Date: November 15, 1895
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began May 1, 1893.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -67th year (Sept. 18, 1936).
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 1, no. 37 (Feb. 16, 1894).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00086614
Volume ID: VID00104
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33475274
alephbibnum - 001917709
lccn - sn 95047304
lccn - sn 95047304
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Preceded by: Palatka weekly times
Preceded by: Palatka herald
Succeeded by: Palatka times-herald

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VV A* aneloaed toeu at. We sa
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W et sl teep but how nad wthy
4ee*mUes thatlthe peateet human
Sptelat ee tha far taed to teshoma.
the weM Bome; *ev*ythlna In the
*auth aeA axr filled with life and
g ppagreles. The time and thiage of
.,peteplay are changed today. We can
I5| minaue the oM athod itf we
y1M bat per fae. move on wath the
ApeiNdeesee that ell sataue ha mel
fea. Won I to "Rla e David of old,
a sm(lt tht' Bible says was after
*1It4e1 art' oapr pwaent civill-
,eW aP t IOm RO wo 0:M o 1n2
a t the pewalaUain7 e a tham
ohm mutli or mae me ahsubjet
IsI I3h1i4 bee. And mo It Is in a
S emr deareM tt al l our mthod of
I "yiwi tonkinug.OWnItd W
MMelUl t6 upat the oan heel upon
mpe or gag the nUttreal Of our
tAowe. We cannot atop the progress
of the world i W try. We may be
Able to moak oultelvea obnoxious to
Ie ige isn of advance humanity J
by eltngig to th mathodw of the obso-
lea pea; but like the rush of the '
lta6ipedsd herd, the balance of bu. C
am lty will trample us under foot like
tha worma that lay in their way, and R
go on with the work of progress. It is
right. Then let us take the broader
view of our surroundings and keep
pine it we can in the march of human
*- thought and human action. Grant to ti
eiars the rights and liberties that we ar
ImeMtfully possess, and become in fact fa
*g well asu in name Americans and is
Fas. F. 8. Hodges arrived :ast week, m
usd Mr. and Mrs. Hodges will board at ch
I. Tenney's for the winter. There la
blg Ns others place for the acoommo-
4 a1m of etranoers J. F. Teney will de
ginainedate them for the present, th
W. iI Mell emodtosee a houe full cu
ro nel vititers ble winter.
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SWaleo had a nod from Mrs. H
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4tb w O sill littng at last accoasnts,
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A Gentle Reminder.ale
THx TIMEs-HZRABD calls the atten*- 71r Besa, 1
oh of those of Its patrons who are in Pever oores, TOtt
rears for their subscriptions to the Chilblains, Corns,
ct that the expenses attached to the *ions, and positive
suing of a newspaper are consider, ay reauia, It i
ble, and that to pay printers, pree- price cents pe
en and other employee, and to put- Ackerman & Stew
ase material requires a constant out-
y of cash. The management of this Morrison Goods
pcer has been very lenient with it le, of Grandin, a
llinquent subscribers on account of larwse scrub Mon
e financial depression and the eir-. Ig t4e entire wee
stances under which the people qf r. Tobe Padg
atMaM county were placed by the his wift and br
6tle of last winter. GrandiA gooday
It will be almost impossible to give where they will
nger indulgence, and Ta TIM, months,
IRALD hopes that those of i pt -- Ar--
ne who owe for their subecriptio ns Watkms, of:
ill favor the paper with an ear'y s. thlbrough the oilty I
iment. Jacksonville.
WOin..AND WoiKs, edited by the Manueas Fon
great weather prophet, Hev. Irl Bj spent Nera daly
ioke, and Thu Tn.xa-HtEAtL a pn
hole year, and Hik' great Almate a
e Times-Heral. d oAieotney, I hi
ofdlaw1all Its
C. C. Ashley, of Putnam Hall, was o IrI ihI
the city this week doing jury sitf e a y It ..

J. Webb, of Melrose, was In th HOU, s
Ity Monday and Tuesday. '
The friends of John J. Webb, ot to Rtf
lsone. state that be will soon eb l .
Other sea of connaual bli, and O tha! -,Wo. o
eeyoa laudyin quies Sm ea et O '
Sam MaltWose. Mr. Weobb wU*e
i'm eandi"da es fi Wast PW6 .
Opsn e lad hoe o the lla .
rea like aiteutns never ft ae
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day, and are spend-
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stber, Milton, left
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Ptanna Hall, puSed
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osni Moralng.
AWARI00"a SALSAIShas po were Awaak
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the opurt on the law the Jry
the railred company.
-e were dlsobaMed Thursday
and oourt adJouned Friday
Stfor the amount of
led m the salt of M. Mor.
a. F. MGraw.
i of W.. Saunderm es. M.
dlimined on motto f c the
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mal e i for Popne county.
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.Awi ber e o the war," 1emar1k1
na oicone u euingly. "when I was am
ins my *a whuke-a Spindle
b' Ost et-my there ast i uat inti
Sothwet M ort to get bEased up. l
Aoum't know what was the mattwith
Sam, but I was all run dows, and my
father was ocavined that a asem an
. the Missourl arma t my angle would
pro bebndaal &like to my aind and
body. I m ht may before going farth
that It did.
"I bade mynmother a earrowful good.
by, away beak in New York city, and in
due ocurse of lime I landed ou the fsrm
if my unole. It was a revelation. The
verdure clad hill, the breeaes smelling
spicy and sweet, the cold water from
the well, wholesome food in large quan.
titles, horse to ride and a lovely pool
to go swimming in made a new boy of
me in a week. Barring the fact that I
was compelled to retire with the rest of
the family at 9 o'clock at night and get
t p at an hour in the morning when the
dew on the grass felt to my bare feet
like ifee water, that farm was heaven. It
w,-, i c 1. .' cus when I got acquainted
with Melvina Drake.
"Melvins Drake was about the four-
teenth child of a farmer living about
two miles nearer town than my unole.
HBr father, olomon Drake, was the
poorest man in the county. He was
poenr than watered buttermilk, but the
nilost, maldet mannered old man you
ever aw. Hi wife was a skinny, ml-
low, God foraken looking, overworked
woma with no plesuse in atore for
her but death. Both were hardworking
and balet, but they had someekindo
a h oolo on them. They weo old red.
de -s ie that part of the country, and
their ancestors bad been them before
them, but as far back as the memory at
man could extend the Drakes had al-
waly been poor-a my unole maid,
'pore as shaks.' About all the Drakes
seemed fittd or was increasing the
population .d getting hold of honea
that couldn't draw anything but flies.
"As I was saying, Melvina was about
the fourteenth of the Drake brood, and
e was a dream. I guas abe was about
1 yeas., big and sweet and healthy.
She aeks wee as rosy and clear as a
Miawouri apple, and her eyes were big
Sd ble. And *e was so doggone in-
oe. eatthat I hope I may dk i it didn't
a to embeeasn me like thunder.
S oa" ueMtoo waewo, ISot 'mashed' on
,. .. Ba ida 'aled.'I I don't be.
4assMl of eica love ever
t thti whole state of Mis-
nw one ofa my cosino or any
-y talking to her, I would go to
;^loIsedqeot ad cry and butt my
h il. galast tree. At night I
4 i wake and dream myself a
b'a o Med to Imagine Melvina tear.
Sti road on a fiery steed, with
g* th staring her in the face,
S coming up unexpectedly, stop-
theM kenand rescuing her, sustain.
t re operation a broken leg an4
iayothaer braln Then I'd imagine
a urging me back to life, and
l 3 yS marrying me. ly head was full
u da, alaig in Jane, there oame
S I wyawagon 0 leaded with circm
0 a01y 'epad bill stickers, and
.he ssonryide with

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i be had oama duiWUhatinb bes
I ast more than qaaMrte,i lakeladhe
I keaqueeinlt. aithouah.Is tcom.-
Sfees,itAtsher likes 4 al'uteatwlitha
pair of wkatsA Aw )6 brimmed batmat
Janutilyoa thr l-eand he riw
looked like a rips h to a u
man. I noticed bshe d no aboae n,
that cut no Ice with me, for she had as
petty a foot and ankle as anybody would
want to look at.
"I had coloalculated on making a bit
with Melvina with my ire clothes,
and I did. I paralysed her. u Just
stood and looked at me while avo aft-
er wave of hot blushes chased up her
white neck and congregated in her face.
I stood simpering like a prias idiot. She
began to cry and wouldn't tell me what
was the matter with her, aar I, wi*e in
the ignorance of youtb, diduft know
that, like all womes was proad and
ashamed to be een m it2a m beamse of
the splendor of my ralmet. I jollied
her along, told her how nice and sweet
she looked, swore shewould be the belle
of the ciro and was generally so lavish
in my praline of her that she cosented
Anally to go withme if I'd let her go
home and fix up a bit. Still I didn't
know what wae the matter, but I let
her go.
"I lay down In the shadeof a tree
on the gras to wait tor her. The sen
climbed higher, and wagins loaded
with country people rattled by an the
way to the tlme. I bad jut figured
out t that we would ai the pznds and
grand free exhibition outside the big
tent if Melvina didn't hurry, when she
hove in view. I looked at her a second
and then jumped in the air soaddenly
I jarred myel. I my raiment had ar-
alysed Melvina, ashe got even all right.
She had placed a cheap ribbon around
her neok and spoiled the beauty of it
and Wa covered her pretty feet.wh a
pair of shapeless, hard, heavy, eowhide
shoes. Between the tops of her ahoes and
the bottom of her dreams appeared occa-
siaal glimpsees of a pair of satoeklnO aof
the variety known a barber pole. hey
were striped red sad yellow, and the
stripes were wide. But she had some
thingalMe o that hknokd me apeee-.
"Years and years had thia crowning
feature of Melvina's attire been in the
Drake family. It was an heirloom, I
guses, and the only pleOe of Aery the
family posseed. Melvina, blushing
and rimpering, hardly knowing whether
I would sufflciently admire it or not,
was wearing it regulation fashion. It
was an old fashioned maf, of aome
beavy black for and as big ag aabs
"Perspiration broke out of every pore
in ty body. The idlp of me, togged out
in 'storeclothes'and looltinglikeandde,
going to a circus on the Fourth of July
with a girl carrying a mut that must
have warmed an icehouse was madden.
ing. But Melvina looked so boro-ihly
lf satisfied that I hadn't the heart to
tell her that the sweet simpliolty of
dreas she wore when i be firt mt me
was more becoming by far than the big
opwhide boots and the maE. 311 made
the bet of it and let it go.
"I am an old mahe now, but tfemem.
ory of the attention I rested In b at
tie, ostry town t"a &t d 6as T la
my o to a ais ti h Fo fIj"

to rna ewr, asefatm i all, btt

lob he at h the n .
Ir to heat swn t ip t
do an Wslitnk,

.Snf lgsipdeates md 'abes
l panai of teaty-five or
Son- eo tia lt.
G. A.A AftaO.
eaMsal iaget Aput
-i. *asNSa%, 1@s1at Agenk
0Qlty lek* Agent.
A h,.,, L* *. DiekesM .
As I *ay a b dee b how much
bgher thU ratM are via J. T. A K. W.
|, I lake greatpleaure
I glt goppragitv gof (araiah_
lCa the followlon rates from Pa-
ladkt to Atlanta and return, which are
no htgbt than via any other route,
and give. you eboies of throe routes
from Jacksonvlle, via:
F. C. & P. and Southeran leave Jacs-
sooville 7:80a m. and 6.40p.-m.; ar-
rive AtlantaPS0 p. a. and 6:48 a. m.
Day train arrive throw*h coaches,
igh train throuat slsun,
Seond route, v Plant stem and
Tifton; leaves Jkaok ville a. m. and
6.20 p. m.; arrives Atlanta 8.08 p. nw.
and 740 a. m.; through sleepers on
nlht tralD.
Third ou. via Juaekbavlls and
Savannah. ateo sold at l016 rate
only via av llt. Below ame rate
via above rooe T
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01 people who require mN dine to
m bowels a d kid6ays wUl
114 umedy aIn Aeri Bltten.
2does no stimulate, mnd
ey nor other latot.
ta al and m altersive.
:the stooacd and bow-
; eret- and Ilv"nq tone
,, b iteeby dlUNature
Is of the funOtions.
N o i tasm excellent appe-
timrMd idw dlimo. Old people
Anfld. Jurae1 what they need.
Po eiMa per boDle t Al rmnat
Maf, odSey, of the lumber Arm of
,4pi Godgtey, was la the ty

U. a. SnSohoot mreion at 0Oa
O u hlak4ay afteroou was well
atteq4jed ud was a very pleasant
stair. The programme ousalated of
Smul, eap, rei stations, *esamy and
short p ehee by member of the
Oqk 3we 'and EElss I Sunday Schools
oderJbhe directon of SUperlitendent
HeM.y M*l. An esay by Miss El
Baldwtollke "Lighthouse" received
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rpr B. LBICK, ow Po.t o4c

P"i&MA KNONw BANS Ru Du.rno
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Mnes, Liquors, r, 0
Quily emrs oWq04
lPak's drug sodwre,
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due to neglret ecutne up
sain tinnped foos *amma
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l1asS *, M re pred" ed In =si4%0
mif to ease vrmy pres empha

no il efect, but the sed a few days .
awrmd pqaoed auv Blyr oumusft. ,
abum light lobef e tiewith s seof
eh notas "Teonmtens of tthis Ia
ate ieriently wholesome,when eNOW
bekm dbn the tn ad AerdIlM
food, hM Sthe publi isadvised a10 to
eapm theo catnms for any bhuhk .,
time to the injurious influences of .the
atmosphere" The.-anoet writer eves
goe so far as to aggest that soae a
warming might be insisted on by the
1 ,iaterl--.TAm.M" News.

Excursion heTSummer
at reduced rates to all Rummer Resorts,
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